Americas Best Value Inn Loma Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and once you get outside of the gates, the terrain is very brown, sandy and full of scrub brush. There are signs warning to be aware of rattlesnakes in the area. The hills in the resort make for good walking for exercise, and Emily actually ventured out for a run yesterday too.
Today we headed into San Diego to explore some of the city and beaches there. We also made a detour a little ...
... you have cute stores, bars and coffee shops along the beachIt's the place to become a beach bump
Mission Bay RV Resort
We are back to this RV Park… because it’s the best location in San Diego. And again our little holiday cruiser stands out between all the A-Class Motorhomes. But as everywhere we meet again some real nice people from all over the ...
... in Seattle! Being 11,179 foot long (3,407 meters), it reaches a maximum height of 200 feet (61 meters).
After having wandered around the waterfront for a good two hours, it was now time to head back to the hotel and get the show going! I had a cruise ship to embark and it was now time to do so!
We sat down a week ago to compare what we had to do before we left. Between Banks, seeing friends and family to bid farewell, housecleaning, preping for our pet sitters and the myriad of "microditsys" before getting on that flight to wisk us across the planet. We dined with Joan and Paul at our favorite restaurant La Terraza at the USD campus and came home ...
Well, we decided not to stay in our two comfy rooms in Humphrey's because Megan and the kids really wanted to go to the San Diego Zoo! The idea was to get up early but if you have been following this blog you know the odds of that actually happening! As it turned out we got going around 11 am. The zoo was basically what we remembered. When Megan and I lived on Bankers Hill years ago we had ...